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Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks51,589
Questions27
We would not recommend this exact solution for a cold climate location. Perhaps a local manufacturer has a good solution for how to properly weatherstrip
We want to put this kind of door between a living room and a glassed in sun porch that presently just has a single door that opens into the living room
Love the sliding doors... possible solution to porch?
the doors themselves will provide a beautiful focal point, even after the sun goes down.
“Love these doors!” — cheryl_2015
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks190K
Questions25
Love the wall garden! How do the plants get sufficient sun?
Yes, herbs need sun although they are good in a window. Many are also invasive and will self
Let it growTurn a storage solution into a feature by securing some jam jars to the wall with tool clips or
proximité de votre petit jardin potager pour cuisiner de bons petits plats. Une solution idéale pour les personnes qui ne possèdent pas d’extérieur.
Apportez une touche de verdureTransformez une solution de rangement en élément de déco en accrochant des bocaux au mur avec des
“Love the herb garden” — jamiepaigef
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Westchester Colonial
Ideabooks538
Questions0
walls built to collect and disperse light rather than restrict it is one solution. The wall shown here gathers indirect light from an adjacent light-filled
walls built to collect and disperse light rather than restrict it are one solution. The wall shown here gathers indirect light from an adjacent light-filled
unique solution. Here’s a look at some solutions. Walls. Interior walls built to collect and disperse light rather than restrict it are one solution. The
unique solution. Here’s a look at some solutions. Walls Interior walls built to collect and disperse light rather than restrict it is one solution. The wall
“borrowed light from bathroom” — suulong
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
2 Reviews
Glencoe Private Residence 2
Ideabooks16,884
Questions10
builder put roofing material down and couldn't really figure out a good solution for the flooring.
i like the sun room being different exterior
sun-room with a deck on top...exterior of sun room...Sun room below. Porch above...Sun room exterior
“I like this, but the design may be too "heavy" for our house.” — tommedsker
James Armitage Architects
House in Somerton, Somerset
Ideabooks3,231
Questions4
capola on top of sun room gives more light
narrow window solution...Roog for sun room?...Sun room...The windows and sun...Sun window
“Ceiling for dormer windows” — elizabethpennmd
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Gillsville House
Ideabooks1,404
Questions1
Roof config allows winter sun in while protecting deck
is problem with yellow jackets and is a nightmare for a NW covered deck solution.
the trees create an interesting backdrop but also act as a filter for the sun. The limbs of the trees also appear to be reflected in the exposed structure
front roof - keeping out sun . . .
“immersion in nature” — vanessaavalencia
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
Ideabooks4,046
Questions3
wood before the harsh winter/summer set in. If your deck gets a lot of sun exposure, consider using a wood sealant that has a UV protection agents inside
wood. To protect wood decks or other structures exposed to severe heat and sun exposure, use an acrylic stain with transparent iron oxide or opaque pigments
To protect wood decks or other structures exposed to severe heat and sun exposure, use an acrylic stain with transparent iron oxide or opaque pigments
wood discussion about protection from sun
a visual and physical boundary at the edge of this decking — a perfect solution!
“rock garden in the corner” — dysmas
Modern Yankee Builders
9 Reviews
Tiverton Addition
Ideabooks1,821
Questions2
issue, but we live in Michigan. Would love to know if you have found a solution.
Windows from garage facing the yard getting sun exposure for plants.
Sun room and potting room....sun room...Sun porch/greenhouse
“planting under windows with storage on back walls” — jbeykirch
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